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Wed mes4*y, Fefcr*ary 14, 190#
?See Superriwr's report,
?Litters of administration. Read
?Read notice to cotton plantera ia
*v ?See advertiseaent of ieacheri' ?
?Jndze Janet Aldrich will preside
at the next term of court.
?The Semi-weekly Atlanta Joirnal
and tbe Weekly xxws jjjd hkaxd
A complete line of sanplea of
wall paper will fc? found at HcMatter
Co.'a. Ksad their adrertisement.
DeWiit'a Witch Hazel 8al?e ii saeqnalled
for piles, iajarie* and akia
iiieas?s It is tbs original Witch
Hazel Salve. Beware of all coaaler*^a**
" v/ ai1? afat* pa _
| ?The State speaks very compli'
?e-itary of Uin Martha Dwifht's
"brilliaat instrumental ?su?ic" af> a
cop car: girt* by the Baogbters of the
f American SerolctioB.
f ?Fairfield hi bees fortunate is
I escaping smailpox. Most of the cob nties
hare ha i a few cases, and there
are a few scatteriif cases i> the State
now. It will be wist for as to be oa
Joku Dirr, Po??yTiile, Ini., mjs:
MI ?er?r atid anything ai rood u
Oae Itiaute Coagh Cart. We art
MTtr withoat it." Qnickly !tr?ki ip
coaghs md coldi. Cures all tkreat
and laag troablee. . Its nie will prereat
censn?ption. Pleaaant to take.
?The county comaitsionera inspected
the old Camden road which
f hu been recently repaired, and found
the road io ?ood order. Thia will
" ? ?- r
facilitate ir*Tei ?ciw?cu uvujiwru
"* ?Cotton ?*y bring seren cents next
fall, or it a*y bring fire cents and
less. If farnurs can plant cetton and
soli it for seven cants at a profit, then
it wonld ink wise to sell tkeir next
crop now. Tbis is legitimate dialing
W. 5. Pfeilpot, Albany, Ga., says:
"De Witt's Little la.rly Risers dii as
more g?0<ft than any pills I erer took."
rrTI? / ?*-. fA? i>nm<!rv?tina
JLJ1W luaum ubu* puw ivi
_ biliousness and liver aid bowel troubles.
?Next to china and ailvar the ladies
lore tinware. Mr. J. If. Seifler liti
jaat received a new supply, and ke
iavites the heasekespers te call and
examine kit stock of dish pans, kitchen
pans, dairy pant, and Many ?tier
things mentioned is hit ad.
?Postoffice Inspector A. J. Moore,
? * fw.ttonnAini ilioiainn *ti htrA
Ui 1J1C UUCHAuw^ae *?
and inspected oar postoflice Saturday.
Mr. Moore informs as that Mr. Bien
and his efficient assistant are renieriag
splendid service aid that the book*
and accoants were in excellent eondi- 1
"I kad dyspepsia for years. Ho
medicise was so ffectire as Kodol
. Dyspepsia Care. It gave immediate
- relief. Two bottles produced marvelous
results," writes L. H. Warree,
Albaay, Wis. It digests wkafc yen eat
and caanot fail to core. McMaster Co.
?Mr. Jas. Q. Davis has been re^
tthv *K? K*?th f!iro?
^? GiVWbGV m <vt M?v ?> >??
Una Col!?g? Mr. Dzrii k? alwayi
, takea &q active iit?re?t im education
.Jjjg at L??e, aad hi? zeal aad fcod jadfmailt
*ike him a Talaable member of
I the board of tru?ta?? of the South
?The Semi-weakly Atlanta Journal
&nd the Weekly Nkws ahdHjolilb
will bs ?iTeu to all .sabtcriber# wko
will pay one year in advance.
Mr*. J. K. Miller, Kewton Hamilton.
Pa., writes: "I tkiak DeWitt's
Witch M*z#I SaItc tht graadest salre
made." It caret pile* and heals irirything.
All fraudulent imitation: are
worthless. McM aster Co.
?Quite a rentaresome robbery occurred
i a the store ofT. If. Woodward
& Co. at Rockton on ITedaesday
night, February 7 th, evidently the
work of expsrts. Entering the store
by prising open the front door they
drilled a hole in the safe 411iag it with
dynamite by which it was blown open.
FortuaatsJy there was only fire or six
dollars and icne siaaps oeioBjiug iv
1 , tht gorer?aaeut, as the postoMce was
ia the samo building. Two tranpa
having boarded an early southbound
freight frain Thnrsday worniug suspicion
rests upon them.
Geo. Barbe, lieadota, Va., says*
^ "Notking did me so much good as
- lodol Dyspepsia Care. G*e dose relieved
me, a few bottles cured aae."
It dige?ts what you eat aid always
cures dyspepsia McMaster (Jo.
The Scats bat th* followiig to say
abeut a Winnsboro boy:
Mr. Charles Jtaaine* was good in
his }prodaetioB of the camp meeting
p sermon by Par?vn Johasen. His yoict
was fine aad his old! time religioi was
presented in snch good style that the
Methodist members ef his coagrega*
_ lion got up to regalar camp meeting
^ lit Zlo? Psplls *rc K*adlaff
Seventy n?w books wero bought for
Ht. Zion i> October, a&d ?iace th#? at
do timt bare m many ac t?n of tk?se
been is tee library, and it ic Mtim&ted
that thwe tavaiity books are rtad every
two w??k?. This illustrates how Back
L interest has been taken in th# library
p- by th? prpiii, and Mow macb readiug
they arj deiug.
am m* *
E^? TolcanU Kruptloaa
ip u" Are grand, bat Skin Eruption* rsb
^ life of joj. Bncklen's Arnica Salve
cures tbciu; a!?o Old, Sunning and
Fever Sores, UJcerf, Boils, Felons,
ji Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruise*, Burns,
| - Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblaias,
Y4" * ? HeirM nnf
*% ?>C~'v n;e cure vu c*i iu< ?
s Pain? and Aches. Onlj 25 ct?. & box.
Cure guarantees Sold by McMswter
I " Ce., druggists.
1 Bad Hall aad Jim Toatley, two
W colored ??*, WJre out hautioj: on
Ta^tdav. Qu tkeir way bom? Bad
in fh? of
W' " ? ? Toatley,
&ud the latter's gun was fireil
^ by striking a eornstalk. The load
entered Bad Hall's hip, making a very
setious wound. Dr. Lindsay was
called 10 see the wounded man. It is
hoped hat he will recover, but tb?
woand is coasidtred rerr daagerons.
Sore throat ana constant coughing indicate
an affection of the bronchial
tobeawhichmay develop into pleurisy
or inflammation of the lungs. Do not
wait; but use Dr. John W. Bull's
Congh Syrup at once and bo cured.
Cures Hoarseness and Sort Throat.
Doe-f are small tad pleasant to taJ:e. Doctors
recosuaeod it. Price 25 cts. At til draffists.
MOKIIOX CHCSCH BL'XXED.
The public will reooeaber ..hat abcut
two years tgo considerable friction
arost in the Centrerille neighborkeod
between the Mormon converts and
the anti-Mormoni. raouc ?e:mmeut
against the V /raaoni ran Tiry high.
Soma of tbr ..oraoni were >tUck?d,
it will be remembered, and ^oite a
ember of p?eple were tried in court
k?re, and acquitted. About tiro years
ago, tie Mormon ebnrch in that tection
wai burned. A new church was
erected by the Mormons, and was to
hare been dedicated last Sunday, but it
wai reported in Winn?boro on Wednesday
that the church was burned to
the groand oh Saturday night.
tmst ^ ^ The Ki>d Yw faw
82C0XB TT1XK JUROItS.
T. Z- Kobinsoa, Johnson Camaron,
S. P. Mattkews, If. U. Harden, T. D
Offings, ?. W. Coiaman, Dinitl McDoaald,
C. M. Ckandlar, Wyiie J.
Broom, Artaur uireni, x. m, omiio,
W. S. Hall, W. 0. Jaakint, Tbo>. W.
JBric*, Sr., J*h? B. Moatyomerj,
J. L. Betty, Wade S. Steir&rt, J. K.
Wilton, Jamea U. Smith, Thoi. M.
Jordaa, C. B. Taylor, A.J. Rimer,
H.H. Black, E. H. Hoga?,T. W.
Traylor, Clark Lan^ford, T. T.
Walker, C. 8. Brice, Ji., Jamw H.
Gladaer, J. M. Brown, W. J. Sharp,
T. J. KieharcUan, S. G. Gwiaa, T. M.
Hayats, :F. R. McMetkis, E. F. McKaowa.
ha Ana Raw RAIH Ciim.
For cold is the head and sore throat use Kerxactt's
Chocolates laxative Quinine, the " One
DXATH Or XXS. KAS61SET PKOPST.
Hr?. Margaret Propst, nifi of Mr.
Joko H. Prop?i, diai Thuriday mtrni??
at 9 o'clock at tit boas of ktr
dftBghttr, Mrs. M. ?. Laadtcktr,
after a losg and tedioa* ilix??s. Deuwd
was in the 84th rear of ktr act
aid wis highly esteemed by all wke?
knew her. Ske leaves a knaband aid
thiee children, Mr*. Mary ?. Laodecker
aid Mr. F. E. Propet, of thi?
p!ace, and Mr. Wyatt M. Propit, ot
York, to monrn ker loss. Tke faneral
wis ield at loar o'clock Friday afternoon
at the Pretbyteriaa Ckarch, of
which church the was a deroat mttaber.
Bixauurek's Ires N?rr?
Was tie result of his splendid b with j
Iadomitable will and tremendous
energy are not foea$ where Stomach,
Liv?r, Kidney and Bowels are oat of
order. If yoa want these qualities
and the success they bring, nee Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They develop
every power of brain and body. Oaly
2fc. at McMaster Uo.'s drajj stere.
X DELIGHTFFL *XTBKTAIXM*XT
The Boston Star Concert Company,
which appears at Thespian Hall Feb ????
00?/1 ;? nrio nf fh* host musical
organization on tonr. Tkis company
inducts Miss Gtnoyitrt Ashley, soprano,
who possesses a wonderfully
rich and pare Yoice, Mica Maade
Ashley, who is not oaly aa artiste bat j
a beautiful girl as wall. Mer voice ia
a sweat coatralto aid the critics hare
accorded her unstinted praine. Lorers
of the piano choald not fail to hear
Singer Toriane. He is a performer of
marked skill and teehniqae. His fararite
number ia ""Revisl das Nymphs,"
by Litsz. which ia as beaatifal as it ia
dificilt. The entertainment is wholly
musical *nd catera to tba ebarch goivg
people as mo other performance does.
The sala of reserve seats is now opeu
at UcHaettr Co.'i drag store.
McMastar Co. sraarautee every bottle
of Chamberlain'* Cough Remedy
aad will rel'ond the money to anyone
wbo is not satisfied after asing twothirds
of the contents. This is the
best remedy in the world for ia grippe,
nonj?hs. colds, croao a ad whooping
coagk and it pleasant aua ?i.fe to take.
It preTtats any tendency of a cold to
result in patrimonii.
Sm?kiilB( Stunts the GronrtJs of Moys.
Wh?t?vA?> difforonc? of ownitl tkfiFft
13ay he upoa the adrisability of
smoking for m#o, there is nene as to
its pernicious effect npoa boys. It
affects the actioi of the heart and reduces
the rapacity of the longs.
YotDg men 'who are being trailed for
athletics art not permitted to smokt
by their trainer# because, as they say,
"It is bad for the mod." The argument
that will appeal taost forcibly to
jour boy is tbat suiokin* wiU> stunt
ki?frowtb. It has been proved that
youthful smoker? . are shorter and
waifh less than their comrade* -who
do not snoKe. Cigarettes are- particolarly
injarious. Nicotine, the aetire
principle of tobacca, is said by
thMtiftfa m h*. aaxt to ?ra?i?acid.
the most rapidly fatal poison knc wn.
The teidar tissun of a growing boy
cannot abatrb erta Jifrery small quantity
of it without most i?jariou? relllts.
No Eight to Uglinets.
The womi?n wh? i* lovely in lace,
form and temper will always -lave
friends, bat ?ne who woald attractive
mast keep her health. If slbe i3
weak, sickly and ail ran dawj^she
will be nervous and imtartde. o she
bad constipation or kidney trouble,
her impure blood will cause pimples,
blotches, akin erugtione and a wretch
ed completion, jjicwts is tn?
best medicine in the world to regulate
stomach, liver and kidneys and t#
purify the blood. . It gives strong
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety
skin, rich complexion. It will make a
good-lookiDg, charming woman of a
run-down invalid. Only 50 cents at
McMaster Co.'a drag 6tore.
e?nxx? Aim aorx?.
SJri. N. R. C?su? left Wtdnasday
forgTrenton, S. C.
Hon G. W. Ragtdale spent Sunday 1
!jcr? with hii family.
- t rN?;? rr.nf P_?lr; mViia. .
-? 1 . JJVUi* AXAUVUiV/UV) vr*
epout Sunday in town.
Mrs. J. L. Bryion and too are Tilting
in Laurens county.
Mr. L L. Withers, of Colombia,
was in Winnsboro for a few hoars on
A Convincing Answer.
"I hobbled into Mr. Blackmen'a
drug store one evening," says Wesley
"Nalann. nf Hamilton. Ga.. "and he
asked me to try Chamberlain7! Pais <
Balm for rheumatism with which I J
bad suffered for a leng time. I told
him I had no faith in any Medicine as 1
they all failed. He said: 'Well if J
Chamberlain's Pain Balm does not 1
kelp yen, you need not pay fer it.' I '
took a bottle of it home and used it 1
according to the directions and in one J
"Week I was cured, and bare not since '
been troubled with rhenmatisa."
8oldby McMasterCo. <
TKAKXS TO THJt SVnUtTilOR
Mr. Editor: Thanki lo the County ]
Knn*rriinr and his aids, the "Old i
Loogtown Short Cat Read" it doing <
I good to the people who live along it ,
' and at both ends. We cali attention j
to the condition of Little Creek, oesr ]
Mr. Lloyd Davis', Oie holt waa
filled with i ucki and another hole wu :
blowed ont?worie than the irst We :
want a bridge there. NothiDg else
will do. LonfftowD. |
Cure Cold In Head.
Kermott's Chocolates laxative Quiniae, txsy ]
to take tad quick to cure cold ia bead and s?re
THS PHIZJPPDnt W1K. J
"Tell Uncle G. that we oct here (in i
the Philippines) appreciated his little 1
article in which he jumped on the edi- :
tori for the attitude they were taking ]
toward the Philippine campaign. The <
soldiers hire troiblec enough of tbeir
own, without being farther diseour
aged by sneering criticisms in the home
Mr, Editor: Please publish the above
extract from a tetter of Lieuteuanc of
Artillery R. H. McMaster (now locat
ed on the island of Panay) to bis
father, R. N. McMaster.
It is really one of tke least evils that
i expeccea rrom ocusiur ?lu?i
pressioas and the editorials of The
State and other anti-imperialistic
papers that they should throw a damper
upoa the ardor of our saldier boys.
G. H. Mcllaster.
lurs to* a Tte KM V* Kra Umk faftt
TH3 DESIGNER FOB MAKCM.
The Designer for Marck presents to
I tke femiaine pablic a moat tempting
| array of fashions and millinery depictei
in black-and-white asd in color.
Nearly a bundjed patterns are illustrated,
aad in addition there are nemeroos
kelpfal hints for tkt dressmaker
and seamstress, not least among wkicb
is tke illustrated series "Points on
' luiv uivuim
treating of "Insertions and Edgings."
Aside from the fashion department this
aumber of The Designer contains a
page of hoisehold hints entitled "All
Around the Mouse," another on the
c?eking of "Fish and Shell-fish."
"Tor Health and Beauty" treats of the
teeth, ' 'Floriculture" gites directions
for Mareh work ameng the plaiti, and
tells jast how to make a seed-testing
I box. "For the Paris Exposition" in
*-i- A. Uai
streets tbt reminms touriBt m u> nuai
?ht sheald wear and what she shoold
arry when she ec.ln.rks for ths othtr
aide. 'Sook Netes" gives interesting
criticisms and extracts from the neir
bsoks of moment. "Fancy Work"
shows some serviceable as welt as
pretty things in the decorative line.
"Among Ourselves" discusses briefly
bat pointedly th? topics of tke day
"Tbe Kindargarten in the Home" ieicribei
and illnstratas intereitin j and
iaitr active occapatioai for little finger*.
"Daiaty Bit? ef Faraitare"
will attract the attention of the konieholder,
and tbe girl or woman who
/> ? nu kiiftintrnsidlM. crechethook
or tatttag ihattla will find ample opportunity
for the xsrciiing' of her skill
on the patterns given on the foar page?
devoted to sieb matters. The fiction
department coataias an incrtal*ent of a
coatinoed story, "The Evolution of a
Contented "Woman," a sk&rt story for
adalt?, "A Society Reporter," aaother
for little folki, "The Wilful Babbit,"
and a little parlor comedy, "A General
Misunderstanding." The Standard
Fatbion Company now, presents
50 ceats i> Standard Pattern free
with every yearly subscription to The
His Life Was Saved.
>*? T "P. T.illr ? nrnroinftnt citizen
Jiii.. V. , -
of Hannibal, Mo., lately bad a wonderful
deliverance from a frightful
' death. In telling of it he eays: MI
was taken with Typhod Fever, that
ran into Pneumonia. My lungs became
hardened. I was so weak I
couldn't even bit up in bed. Nothing
helped me. I expected to soon die of
^Consumption, when I heard of Dr.
King's New Discovery. One bottle
gave great' relief. I continued to us?
it, and now am well and strong, I
can't say too .much in its praise." This
marvellous medicine is the surest, and
quickest cure in the world for all
' - ?- rr> l.l? T>/\wnla i.
inroat ana leans' xrouu:e. ncgui*i
sizes 50 cents and $100. Trial bottles
free at McMaster Co.'s drugstore;
every bottle guaranteed.
?An item is eoing the rounds about
a girl dyiB? from tight lacing. A
Missoari editor commenting upon the
fact says: "The cor??t ahonldbedone
away witfc, aitd if girls cannot live
without beinsr squeezed, we suppose
men can he 'onjnd who will sacrifice I
tbemiejres. We would rather deirote
three hoar* & day without & farthing
of pay than ti> s>te tht yirls. dyio^ oJT
ia thii manner. ?ffice hoars most
my old time."
"I had bronchitis ererr winter for
yeara uad so modioli* gvn mo per*
2 m&Bont relief till I begaa to take Oao
? Minute Cotjh Cure. I know it it tbo
|bo?t conjh stedicine made," uji J.
I Koontz, Corry, T%. It qnickly cure?
coughs, colds,' croup, asthma, grippe
and throat and lunpr troubies. It is*
the children** greatest remedy. Cures
qaictly. MvMvter Co.
> <AFBI3R*0 IK HIDO U AFRI1KD IK
Mr. Editor: Will yon kindly p.nbliib
the following letter, which will explain
Rev. H. K. Ezell, Ridgeway, S. C.:
My Dear Brother?Ever ?iace the
inmner of 18S4, when I had my barn,
two mults, my wa^on, buggy, har ess_.
feed, Jbc., contained by tee, and
i&e Liorct raised Hp mena? ana noigubor?
to help me oat of my iiitreis, I
bave felt more ially the advantage of
living amongit civilized and Cbriitlan
9eop:s. A man might ai well live in
:he jungle^ of India or Africa,amongst
heathens and savages, if there is ao
helping Land when be meets misforlanes,
reverses and loss. This will
sxplain this Jotter and contents. I
aear yon met with a loss by fire some
Lima ago. Please accept the enclosed
imonnt, which ia seme small msasare
irill help to replace soma last articles,
ind which feebly expresies my ChrifJan
sympathy for yoa aid yours ii
ihe tine of trouble. Yonr friead and
brother, R. H. Jennings.
Accompanying the abeve was a
;heck for $5.00. Of course till letter
itu peraonai tad not intended for
publication, but Bre. Jennings has
?xpre?ied so well, lot only by precept,
tat example, the true meaning of
Christian fellowship, tkat I bope be
frill excuse me for expressing my
grateful appreciation for bis kindness
in ibis pnklic way.
Other friends bare also kindly reensmbered
as. I received by express
i few da) s ago from by good brother,
Deacon J. C. Willinghaas, a handsome
suit ef clothe*, the gift of my noble
tittle Poplar Springs Cknrcb. I appreciate
tbia gift only the More became
[ know it to have bean a most generoms
act of Cbriitian lore. I do not
know what they could bare dona for
ma that would hvra been more acceptable
as my new aait came ont of tba
Ire bmrnt in koles in a number of
, A brother in anotker coanty hn felao
remembered ? in a sabitantial way.
[ wrote hia desiring to make a p*rckase
from him of a number of thisgs.
He wrote me he would lend witk hit
Ali of the above with other token*
of sympathy frooi my friead* kare
been a anrprine to me and unexpected,
bit for them all my heart ii filled with
ii 1. _ U TT Ifoall.
"It ii a surprising fact," sey* Prof.
Houton, "that in my trarels in all
parts of the world, for the hut ten
years, I hare met more people baring
used Green's August Flower than any
other remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged
liver and stomach, and for constipation.
I find for tourists and salesmen,
or fer persons filling office position*,
where headaches and general bad feel
ings from irregular habits exist, tbat
Greeu's August Flower is a grand
remedy. 1; does not injure the system
by frequent use, and is excellent foi
sour stomachs and indigestion." Sample
bottles free at McMaster Ce.'s.
Sold by dealers in all cirilizscl countries.
As a usual thing college stadeate are
boaier tbe second term t?&n tnenrii.
At least tbis it the case with tboai
at Wintbrop. The time ht? passed
to rapidly since the comMencemeit ol
tbe second se?ron tbat it is bard tc
realize that he for* tbe expiration ol
four week* tb? ibird and last tera
will bare L*$nu Thoifh the girls
have bee* tiusaallj busy, tbey bar*
not failed to enjoy the welcome Fridaj
Bight*. There i? always someining 01
hand on Friday night which the girli
nerer t'*n to enjoy.
On tue ni*?te?nth of last month
there an entertaining play, "Thi
EleTtiv r", i ireii by the members of
Winthrop >ocieh. There was a largi
audience in attendance and the eren<
log was a aucceaa in erery sense ef the
On Friday, Jaiaaty 26tk, "Thi
Alba Hey-^rd Comyany"* paid Win
tkrop i hei>- ?ccoad risit, having entertained
m last year. The znasie waa
rery good, u?d that by the riolincelliii
Gustar Ulrich, was particularly ap
~ The literary societies bar# bees
doing' a good work this year. There
have been seme interesting debates in
botb societies. The oie held in Currey
Society Satardar, Jannary 27tb,
was nnusnally food. Tbe resolution
was at lollows :
Besoiytd, "That the English were
iastifiabie in attacking the Boers."
Affirm* tire?Mints Mary Nanca and
Negative?Misses Fainie Wilsra
and ?iive Nawton.
Butb sides were well defended. The
deb* fors showed that they had studied
their ?ubjcct wtll, aid. those of m
who had not found time to ktep np
with the wtr betwesn the Eiflith aid
the Boeri had r?a6oa to feel benefited
IB Ef*3 VjrWMMMMSety
brings joy or pain. It's for the
mother to dccide. With good health
and a strong -womanly organism,
motherhood but adds to a woman's
Wins ef @?TVjfe3[
nwr-nrr all f?wn? V*TT ?fr*??erf Jl#?tT?nl7
Ulkwona; ? 0
the vital organs. It fits a mother for
baby's coming. By revitalizing the
nerve centres it has brought chubby,
crowing youngsters to thousands of
weak women who feared they were
(barren. It purifies, heals, regulates-'
and strengthens, and is good for all!
women at all times. * No druggist j
would be without it. $i oo
For advice in cases requiring special j
directicns: aadress, giving symptoms,
"The Ladies' Advisory Department, "
The Chattanooga Medicine Cv., Chattanooga,
MHS.LOUISA HAT.K.of J cfiTcrgofl, Gn??
8Ays:?'MW:?a 1 llrst took Wine of Cardei
wj hid been married threj- yeara, but coi:)d
sot have any chi'drca. ssosths later
y - .
To All i
Read the f<
& - '
tToufa ct recant date to hand requa
kidneys. My phyaldan* eald that I cos
\ gallons drawn from scrotum several
fluid. Was unable to get any rest or sl<
able to attend to my business, t can i
glftd to gir? it, ae een? poor sufferer su
The trade supplied by 1
by the many giod and elear ideas we
got on the isbject.
short tiae ago the fscalty and
students ef Winthrop were invited to
speed tke 22od of February. When
President Johnson read the invitation
in chapel there was ar smile of pleasure
a each girl's face. It was with regret
that the invitation could not be
accepted tail year.
Vaccination it quite the fashion at
Wintkrop. Oa account of tbe rapid
increase of smallpox it was theught
best that all the girls whe had sot been
successfully vaccinated during tbe
past fire years should be vaccinated
bow. There were altogsther abeut
r ninety whose nanes were promptly
1 enrolled on tbe vaccination list. So
our college physician bas btcn kept
quite busy for tke past week or so.
The good health of the girls has keen
remarkable this year wben we consider
tbt number i> tbe college and
the few-eases of sickness.
Tke prospect ef snow last Snaday
week was bright to tke girls wben
they awakened that morning: to tee
mother earth clad in her robe of white;
it was disappoiatiag wben noon ari
rired and the snn came oat. Nsrertheless
we hope we yet May bare a
' chance to indulge in saew belling or
1 tbe milder form of amusement, eating
snow cream. Nelle.
r T*A*k EfiH. 8. CL. Fab. 6. 1800.
The greatest danger from colds and
I* grippe is their resulting in pneumonia.
If reasonable care i? used,
however, and Chamberlain'* Cough
Remedy taken, all danger will be
avoided. It will cure a cold or
aa attaek of la grippe in less time than
any other treatment. It is pleasant
and safe to take. For sale by Monaster
?Fairfield has been fortunate so far
in escaDinr tha raraes of that dread
fttl disease, imall pox, which has at=j
' different periods prevailed ru other
seetiois ol the Stats. Oar food fortune
in this reipect is no doubt due
i to the efficient management of the au'
thorities,-both municipal aad county,
to prevent the spread of the naiadj in j
t this section. But it behooves the authorities
to b? still mars watchful, as
we notice a steady increase of th? disease
in some sections, for instance,
at Clifton Mills (Dexter) where itis
reported that there are 50 or 100
X?ll?f ia six
DiitreiBior ICidner &md Bladder Dis
1 eiu relieved in six hours by "New
Groat 8o*fb American Kidney Cure."
R is * great sarprise on account of its
exceeding promptneis in relieving pain
i is bladder, kldaeys and back, in male
or female. Relieves retention of water
i almost immediately. If yoa want
> quick relief and care this is the remedy.
[ seld by W..E Aiken, druggist, Winns[
bororS. C. ,
! TBK BOST9X *TAM COHCMRT COMPANT
Our people sre lookieg forward with
a great devl <>. pleasure to the ccming
of tbe Bolton star uoncert uompany,
which appears at Thespian Hall on
Febiaary 22. This high class musical
organization cambers among its members
soma woll known artists. Miss
Genevieve Ashley, tbe principal member,
is a sopraae singer ef rare ability.
She possesses a voice rich in murical
quality and of wonderfal compass.
It is said tkat her rendering of "The
Holy Cit>" is without a peer in this
country Mr. Frank Humphreys, flute
soloist, (late of Gilmore's band), is an
artist in tbe truest sense. One of tbe
. most pleating features it the Scbley
titters is their daett, which are illustrated
by meant of a calcium itereoptican,
tbi? ide* now bticf all the rage
in the larje cities. The enttrtainment
it entirely mutital and is patronized
by the pnlpit as. well at by tht p?ople.
Bectrre teatt now on tale at Hcllaster
Co.'t drug ttere.
"Aft> r doctort failed to cure me of
| poeuaoma l nsta uns Mioan tuu;u
Care and three bottles of it cared me.
It is sis* tke best remedy on earth for
whelping cough. It cared my ffraodchildrtn
of the worst cases,'' writes
t Jno. Barry. Logan ton, Pa. It is tko
only harmless remedy that jives mI
mediate results. Caret coughs, celds,
' croap an 1 throat aad long troablii. It
prer?ot? consumption. Childrsn al*
ways like it. Mothers todoraa it McM*st?r
Th? Ona Day Cold Cure.
For colds and sore throat use Kenaott's Cboco
i Utes lAialiTC Qciaiae, Easily taieu 68 caady
mad qmckly care.
' r - /
'? - ' ? "
_ i. jyriui . nmm ??
LITHONTRIPTIC has cure*
dreadful disease and it v
allowing letter from R. J. B*
^ JLLi. %
sting etatefflef.t ol ray case which I gladly give. I t
lid not last but a short time. I was unablo to 11? dotimes.
I was completely filled at the time I be
?ep except whilG uader the Influence of an t>pUte.. 1
low ride my horse, a thing I bad Seen unable to dc
ly be benefitted thereby.]
? ~ ~v tn ? T>T\TTr< r+r\ A
?Cotton having jamped op to $
etnti a great deal baa boea brought
out from biding placta and placed on
the market. These who bare been
holding lor 8 cents are smiling lo-iay.
The highest paid on this market Men*
day was 8|.
The claim of other cough medicines
to be as good at Chamberlain's are
effectually set at rest in the following
testiaoaial of Mr. C. D, Glass, an employe
of Bartlett & Dennit Co., Gardiner
Me. He says: "I bacl kept add*
ing to a cold and cough ia the winter
of 1197, trying erery coo^b medicine
I heard of without permanent help,
until one day I was in the drug store
'At. Hoalehan and be advised me to
tvr Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ani
o5sred to pay back my money if I
was aot cured. My lungs and bron*
fahfta ware vbtt tor a at tbis time.
bat I vu completely cured by this
remedy, and bare since always turned
to it ^b?n I got a co'rt, and s oa find
relief. I also recommend it to my
friends and am glad to say it is the <
best of. ill cons h. medicines^? For sale;
by JlcMasler Co.'
?Sabscribe f?r Tk* Niws avb!
Itch ob hara&i cored ia SO minnte*
by TToolford's Sanitary Lotion. Toil
n?T?r faili. Sold by W. E. Aiken,
dmggiit, "WinMboro, S. C.
Mr. W. C. Betty left Friday for
Cleaion to set hit bos Jamti, who is
?sr Ia&itc ui CkiMrea.
Tlu Vlfli Vm Hcm ihmt Sitfftf
I w i\m i fa miv n?vtnj? i
Mr. W. E. Marr, of Charlotte, ?pmt
Wednaiday ia town.
The On? Day Cold Cure.
Zennott's Chocolates laxative Qniniac for
cold in the head and sore throat. Children take
them like candy.
Mr. Jno. Trazier, of Cbuttr, wu
in toirn Tuesday.
Bilious and Intermittent Fevers
which prevail in miasmatic districts
are invariably accompanied
by derangements of the
Stomach Liver and Bowels.
The Secret of Health.
The liver is the great "driving
wheel" in the mechanism of
man; and when it is out oforder,
the whole system becomes deranged
and disease is the result
Full's Liver Pills
Cure all Liver Troubles.
WANTED, for cask, Hi?k?ry, D?g
wo?^,P#ni*iMon, Walnut Loga
I T-T-ari wr.id Cm.. P. O. BOX
S7ci*rl??U?7 ? C. " " ' ll-M-l*
Cotton Planters |
who are interested in high prices for'
cot too next fall can hear of something
to their advantage by sending' a (postal
card at once to j
THB ADAMS COTTON COMPANY,
Charleston, S. C.
AN extmiDitiOB for T?ck?r?' Certificates
will b? h?ld in n j offic*,
io WiH*?boro, on Friday. February 2S.
D. L. STSYEXSON,
2-lflx2 Coanty Snpt.
F? M. 1j? L O*
nrmw. AKATCTAT, MEETING OP
. .L the Farmers' Matnal Fire Ioanracce
Company will be held in the
Town Hall, in Winn??oro, at 12 o'clock
, M., ?n the ;kird Monday (19 h) Fe
Special basinets. Report of Sacir
T????rrop . . r "> f T ;1 tl>. ,*<! ?
UUy kuu xtoa>Ki*i
for the y?ar 1599, j H *n eleci..-.-:
officer* 'or the en**^ sr.
Bv order of the r.eo'Jent:
JNO. J N?IL,
' 2 7x2 Secretary and Tre^urer.
i thousands of desperate ca
/ill positively cure you.
>t?ilL 18th Peff.S.C. Vi
?^yz^ 6*^L<^t<^t.- ^ 'ihtsU*
n yy /> /j ^ ,*-? />
^ ?**t? <?<-*<-?~ A*
Jtffe y^T^tf^t^f i(?tr-9 /*?,
iavc been suffering for thr?e yew* from dropsy, jei
wa except shortly after being tapped, every i issue c
gan VAOGinrs UTHONTEIPnc. perfectly helplei
' Vior* iuuvI eisht hottlea-Of VAUOH1T8 LlTHOXT
> lor nearly nroyears- Xoa paftllAb *acU at a;
For sale by JOSIAH J. OBE
Columbia, S. C.
OTRAYED FROM Ml HOME ON
O Friday, January one MoaieColored
Grey bound, answers to the
Bamt of Dell. If tukeu up or aenyere1
* tmtab'e reward will be paid
2-lf3x2 W. H. FLENIOKTCN. :
' LETTERS OF ADMIfOSTMTION. /
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
GOUNTT OF FAIRFIELD.
My S. M. JOHNSTOfl, Eif.t Judge Probate.
VI HfifeEAS, P- W. Cohen hath
T ? made sui. to me to grant him
let rers _ of administration of the estate
and c'fiectd of Rb?a McCormick, deceased:
These are therefore to cite aid ad
moTiish all and singular the fcinarea ana
cr-diters of the said Sou MeCorroick,
debased, that tier be and appear
be tore me, iu the Court of Proba^
te be held ar Fairfield Court
Hot^e, South Carolina, on tbe 26th
ds' ->f Februtrr next, after poblicat-ou
hereof, at 31 o'clock in the lore\t
Xj ? ;?*>? ? ~ *? anw 1 ^flvr ViQVO
BOOU, lO 5>L?OW 11 miAj lliu; Balv|
w-- - rfcbe 8ai<L Adoaiaistratio* vhoald
no ibe. granted.
G-iren nnder my hand thi* 9th day
f Febroarr, Addo Domini 1S00. *
S. R JOHNSTON,
2 10-2t Judge it Probate.
Claims Atpeothd at t*s last Meetdto
.or th* . Board * Cocktt
The following ciaioig weit examined
and approved on State CaMFnndof
55 D A Broom, $ 44 00
56 H A St?Y<aion, ': 12.50
57 Robert Car tar, 12 50
58 ***mael McCornaick, 12 50
KQ IT M 17,00
60 W J Hagood, 12 50
61 W A Cotk, . 12 50
62 WA Cook, 12 5t
99 John "WoottD, 12.50
ICC J W 8*ifltrt 2.85
101 Kobert Carter, 2 10
103 J E Stereaioa, 2 00
103 John L Batterre*, 12 5$
104 S D D?ttn, 9 00
105 Eagtdale <fc Ragtdalt, 50 00
101 Tbe Wiambor* Back, 967 15
The following cjaiai were eximiaeu
and approved on Read ?nd Bridge
Fucd of 18991TXu.
69 H B Kefo, $ 43 SO
64 L R Fee, 4 00
65 Robert C Stev?caoB, 2 00
?6 JO Boar, 4 75
?7 E W Phillips, 2 00
,68 WMlitw, 455
69 M S Ten n ait, 5 89
70 AD Hood, 80 80
? ? -toe*
71 T H fry, ^ ^
72 S H Morffta,
73 Alex Kobiuion, 3 ?4
74 R C Reevci, 2 60
75 Fietcber Boney, 1 35
76 John T Wflic, 3 26
77 A F Ruff & Co, 17 21
78 J W 5ei*I?r, 90 55
79 J W S?i*ler, 87 90
80 Wm Si?p?ou. H 18
ot is* /i "D_^ 14. 94
I Ol ?? DCSIJ't ....
82 Ketcbiu MeroautiU Uo, 13 00
83 M W Doty So Co, 123 69.
The following claims wer? examined
aod approved on Po?r Hons* fund of
U Q D Williford, $16 0?
85 H F Hoover, 25 80
Cfi WREabb. 2 00
57 li B Haoaban, 17 50
88 C DChappo'i, 4 50
89 K W Phillips, 7 GO
SO F M Habtnichl, -y ' 15 25
91 Desporle* Meicantil# Co, 14 40
92 John H McMa.?t?r & Co, 8 60.
93 C P Wray & Co, 1 24#
94 Manaei McUliutock,.. 3 85:'
95 H B Kefo, 2 SO?
96 W C Beaty, 21 ?0;
The following claims were examined
and approved en Pnbiit Bsildio; fuud
I 1 (9? . * '
97 Mra A J Stever-ion, $14 55
98 J W Seller, 5 45
I do certify that the abort statement
is a correct copr of claitas approved
at the last rcectiug of the Uouaty
Board of (_Y munitioners held on "the
2Sr?i day of January, 1990.
i ' B d TENNANr,
2-10 Coanty SupeTisor F. C.
JAIIIIIft M ^ H&bftt
frs D 111 BJ cured rt bom* withH^l^ll
1K9? oct p4la- Book of t*r"?
IMsvS deuCriVat FREE.
ses of this
" " ,~:5
oeral anasarca, caused from liver and
ompletely filled. saturated *ith C old;
is. legs terribly inflamed and exuding
BiPTio and am now comfortable and
fswentant ? yogmaydeaire. lam
)AR, Winnsboro, S .C. Jp
MONEY TO LOAN.
to lend on satisfactory paper.
Apply to ' Ns*
T. W. LAUD3CIiDAX.fi,
or JAMES Q. DAVIS,
ib i m/m w/vdt/
-nAiiffl - nufiAA
Kothiaf w? pride oktscItm h nan
Hub delirerlBf . J!
TTkfn. TT.TP QW r/) 7W- M W
FIJfE WATOSWmK- .
to oaf ctutoMtrt. '
W?*r# adatitttfly alitti #f all cam-.
ptliUrs im tki? dtjnrtmit; thtu j ei|
tfitTi absolftte c?r4af*tf of btaiuiif
accurate time wk?a yoir iimt~
piica U rapturedkj ?*.
of aur watch wark that wa taatfaatai
tin to fiT? aatira satistacue* for 12
KODtbt, aoi prspay exprw xkargas
both ways should Um watch fail todo< ^
wsll daring thi? specified tiaa.
Writs to as for ffirthsr inf omatioa. .
1 " .> 1 ' .. . '
Th.? Watch.mak?r aad .
t' CJttCSTER, . ?. _ 1
A I I 1- KITirMVI '
M i l CLIN I IWI^I
; ; . . . .. .. OF
IS CALLED TO
A LINE OF
I HAVE JUST
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Dish Pant, Ketchin Pan*, Dairy
P?ddi*? Pads, Jelly Past,
Wuk Pant, Colombia, Scolloped
and Plain Pie Plate*, Tea, Bowl
and Grary ftminera, Grstsrs, Potato
Mashers, Card Movlds, Eff
Whips, Toasters, Stove Kettles, .
Dish Settles, Tea, Table and Bastin*
Snoois. Colanders, C o if e e
Staid*, Biicait Cattera, Jfcc , &c.
J. W, SEIGLER
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A complete- f
I* line of
WalfPapep * j
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